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and here to answer them is nancy metcalf from "consumer reports," thank you for being here. >> my pleasure. >> the big thing was people were told you can't keep your policy, you have to buy a new policy that might be more expensive, it might cover more but it's more expensive. and they don't -- are these people being asked to buy something that they don't need? what would you tell those folks? >> well, the reason those policies are being canceled is because they don't -- they're not adequate to the rules of the new law, and the thing that's not adequate about them is they don't cover everything that they need to cover, the policies that are being canceled might not have prescription drug coverage, they might not cover doctor visits. the new policies that are being sold have to cover all that stuff. >> and they offer certain protections in terms of, again, not being discriminated against on pre-existing conditions. people get sick, sometimes people could be dropped or their premiums go could up, all those sorts of things. >> the whole purpose of the new law was to replace the individual ins
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